In my late 30’s and 40’s, while I was happily married, starting a family, and had a successful career… I was expressively frustrated.
I didn’t understand it at the time…
However, I wasn’t expressing myself creatively or personally.
In a sentence, my expressive drive was stifled, buried, and repressed.
And, if you relate with this at all… this is NOT good for the soul.
So… I read hundreds of self-help books, dabbled in spirituality, walked on coals with Tony Robbins, and searched within my Jewish roots for a deeper sense of myself and where I fit into this world.
But, I continued to be, paradoxically, both happy and frustrated.
Fast forward to my late 40’s …
My husband and best friend of 26 years passed away. We had two sons, ages 11 and 17.
Six months after his passing, my husband visited me in a dream.
I didn’t know about such things and even though I was seeking, I didn’t like woo woo stuff, like spirits visiting people in dreams.
But after this visitation, I read every book I could find about the afterlife to validate what in the world happened.
In the dream visit, Mark told me two things: He was where he needed to be, doing work on the other side; and I had someone I WAS MEANT TO BE.
I believed him. I knew he was right.
But, beyond that I was lost about what that looked like.
Fast forward another year.
In the middle of the night, I spontaneously wrote an autobiographical tale book about a caterpillar who doesn’t believe she can be a butterfly.
My caterpillar is seeking and wants answers.
She wants more from life on the ground.
Most of all, she wants to know she’s not alone on her quest.
GO ON A DESTINY QUEST…
I believe I represent many frustrated women who deeply desire authentic, creative expression… and they’re not DOING it.
Some way… in any form.
As a fairly non-religious Jewish woman, who’s always believed ashes to ashes, dust to dust, my DESTINY QUEST has shown me that the universe cares what we do.
Furthermore, the universe is involved.
In the midst of chaos, there’s an intelligent universe that holds a plan for each of us.
However, and this is key, we cannot fulfill that plan until we crawl.
This is why my book is about a caterpillar…
Crawling is as important as flying in life.
We must crawl through our heartache and grief before we embrace our creative, expressive destiny.
Once we do that… our destiny is filled with joy and ease.
Now, I run my own online education business as a soul coach and author, helping people SEIZE THEIR DESTINY.